Tuesday, May 8, 2007

  • ANTIMETABOLITES, natural or synthetic substances, close on chemical structure to normal metabolic products (metabolites) and handicapping their turning into an organism. Are used as medicinal preparations (napr., at disbolism), in the capacity of pesticides, etc.
  • ANTIWORLD, hypothetical space object (such as an aster or a galaxy), consisting of an antimatter.
  • ANTIMONIDES, chemical combinations of antimony with metals. Some antimonides (AlSb, GaSb, InSb) - semiconductive materials.
  • ANTIMONITE (gray antimony), mineral of a class of sulphides, Sb2S3. Impurity{additives} Bi, As, Ag, Au. Lead-coloured needles. Hardness 2-2,5; firmness of 4,5-4,6 g / sm3. An origin the cold hydrothermal. The main{basic} ore of antimony.
  • ANTIMETAGENS (from anti... And cloudies), the chemical and physical factors depressing frequency of originating of hereditary variations of an organism - mutations, napr. Sulfhydryl connections.
  • The ANTINEUTRINO, the antiparticle of a neutrino distinguished from him{it} is familiar a leptonic charge and a helicity.
  • ANTINEUTRON, the antiparticle of a neutron distinguished from him{it} by marks of a baryon charge and a magnetic moment.
  • ANTINOY (? - 130), the Grecian young man, the favourite of Roman emperor Adriana idolized after mors.
  • The ANTINOMY (grech. antinomia - the contravention in the law), the contravention between two judgments, equally logically demonstrable. Distinguish the antinomy being logic reflectance of contraventions of the real, and antinomichnye judgments - the paradoxes stipulated by a historical level of development of knowledge.
  • ANTIOZONANTS, kind{view} of stabilizers of polymers.
  • ANTIOXIDANTS (antioxidants), the natural or synthetic substances retarding or preventing{precluding} oxidation of organic compounds. Antioxidants apply, napr., for stabilization of combustibles, polymers, an avoidance of damage of foodstuffs.
  • ANTIOCHUS III Great (242-187 up to n. e.), tsar of the state Selevkidov with 223. In 212-205 has subordinated parthians and Bactria, in 203 has won from Egypt Palestine. Having sufferred a defeat from Rome in the Syrian war 192-188, has lost maloazijskie terrains.
  • ANTIOCHUS from Askalona (ok. 130 - ok. 68 up to AD), the ancient greek philosopher - platonik, has returned platonovskuju Academy from scepticism to dogmatism of Ancient academy (call-up " To follow ancient! "), having perceived many elements of the doctrine stoikov.
  • ANTIOCHUS Palestinian, Savvait (mind{wit}. ok. 635), the Christian outlet box laurels sacred Sabbases in Palestine, the writer of composition "Pandekty" - the reduced exposition of the doctrine of the Scriptus and fathers of Church. Memory{remembrance} in the Orthodox church on Saturday cheese.
  • ANTIOCHUS Syrian (mind{wit}. Up to 440), the Christian outlet box - pustynnozhitel, the ascetic, podvizavshijsja in Syria on a knap. Memory{remembrance} in the Orthodox church on February, 23 (on March, 8).
  • ANTI-POPE, the Pope who was not adjudicated by a latin church. In the separate seasons{terms} of a Middle Ages on an apostolic see there were simultaneously some dads (proteges of different churches and society circles); afterwards church one of them recognized a dad only, remaining were declared by anti-popes. In the list of dads constituted by a latin church - over 30 anti-popes (in 3-15 centuries).
  • ANTI-TRADE WINDS, western transmission of air in the upper troposphere of tropical latitudes above trade winds. A lower limit of anti-trade winds - on the average at the altitude 4 kms; she is increased from subtropics to equator and from winter by a summer.
  • ANTIPATARII, order of marine Coelenterata of a class of coral polyps. Small-sized (from 0,5 up to 3 mm) the polyps which are generatrix attached treelike colonys. Ok. 150 kinds{views}, predominary in tropical seas on depth of 10-1000 m. The skeleton of a black coral goes on dressings.
  • ANTIPATHY (grech. antipatheia), feeling of hostility, neraspolozhenija to somebody or something; compare. Sympathy.
  • ANTIPATR (397-319 up to n. e.), the macedonian commander at Phillip II and Alexander the Great.
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